Japan’s current account surplus recuperated in February, touching its highest in nearly a year, as profits from investments and loans almost doubled.
Official figures showed the current account was at ¥2.434 trillion ($2.24 billion) from ¥520.8 billion ($80.39 billion) in January.
Exports were at ¥5.643 trillion month-on-month, up 5.3%. Imports were at ¥5.218 trillion, down 9.5%.
The surplus expanded to ¥1.733 trillion in February, the highest since March 2015. Trade balance recouped to ¥425.2 billion surplus.
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